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Old 5th February 2010, 10:06 PM
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Yes Ralf, that would be nice i think, as we do have this section for this now.
Than we can follow the progress from the original model to the re-painted or re-modelled one.
I agree 100%.
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Old 6th February 2010, 02:09 AM
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I love to see your work and it's nice that even just regular animals can look so good when redone by someone who likes customizing them.

I also think that the models you've made are worth a lot in so many ways - I'm just a little envious I don't have the patience or is it time to do that - maybe someday I'll try.
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Ok, then I'll start from the very front..
First, I want to show you three models that I've designed about 25 years ago in my childhood. Those were my real first models that I've made myself. A fire salamander, a green toad and a moor frog.
Unfortunately, even some small parts such as the toes are broken. The scale is approximately 1:1.






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They look great, even if they are missing some toes.
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They are lovely, the toad is great! And the salamander is really nice, looks very sleek.
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really great !!

How did you formed the Red Panda.?
It is really cute !
I want that one to !
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Old 25th February 2010, 10:33 AM
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Even your first attempt on this field looked great,very nice Ralf!

Sogar deine ersten Anfänge auf diesem Gebiet haben schon gut ausgeschaut,sehr schön Ralf!
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Old 25th February 2010, 10:38 AM
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really great !!

How did you formed the Red Panda.?
It is really cute !
I want that one to !
That is a coati or coatimundi young ladies,not a red panda.
We call it "neusbeer" in Holland...
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